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Health Conditions

Table salt, often referred to as "salt" is actually a combination of sodium and chloride.

Extra sodium that is eaten tends to keep excess fluid in the body which makes organs such as the heart and kidneys work harder. Many of us have conditions that require a diet low in sodium.

Some examples of conditions or diseases that may require a low sodium diet include

Your doctor or health care provider may ask that you restrict your sodium intake to a certain number of milligrams or grams. The process of limiting your sodium intake can be a complicated process. The SalTrax™ Method makes this process easier.

Research studies on salt and health indicate health benefits of a low salt diet.

See a press release about the Saltrax™ Method.

For more information about the SalTrax™ Method please refer to the book,
How to Keep Track of Your SALT Intake, which is available for purchase through this web site.

 

 

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The SalTrax™ System, METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR TRACKING SODIUM INTAKE, was granted a U.S. Patent on December 11, 2012

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The information contained on this site is not a substitute for physician or other health care provider directed medical care for any medical condition. Please see your medical care provider if you suspect you may have a medical condition which necessitates a reduced-sodium diet. The SalTrax™ method as described here may be used by anyone wishing to keep track of the amount of sodium in his/her diet.